"Today, the Pechersk court ordered the PGO to open criminal proceedings on the facts of Medvedchuk's anti-state activity. Law enforcers should enter the information in the Unified State Register of Pre-trial Investigations and initiate a probe," he wrote.
Levus explained that on April 5, a deputy's request on the crimes of Medvedchuk and his pro-Russian Ukrainian Choice was filed. "We demanded to investigate the involvement of Medvedchuk in separatist activity, treason, and financing of terrorism," Levus added.
He also posted a photocopy of judicial ruling of April 22. The document, in particular, notes: "I grant the complaint of people's deputy Andrii M. Levus about the PGO's failure to enter the information on a criminal offense in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations after receiving a notification of this criminal offense. I oblige the competent persons in the PGO to enter the above information in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations at the request of people's deputy Andrii M. Levus and other deputies No. 27 of April 5, 2016, start a pre-trial investigation of the said criminal offence, and inform the applicant in due manner."
The ruling can not be appealed.